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  1. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    Will be taking mtr to tung chung, wondering will be convenient to take our luggage to take the mtr? Got lift services ? My hotel do not have the free airport shuttle service..
  2. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    I will be going ting ting agency to buy my theme park tickets as well as tram/peak/madame. Is this address correct? Sun Hing Bldg, 603-609A Nathan Rd, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
  3. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    my trip will be on 11th sept to 14th sept
  4. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    Thanks! so its Taipa --> China Hong Kong Ferry? Another question is whether do i need to buy in advance for the ferry ticket. I should be reaching terminal around 10am to 11am. I wont get caught in rush hours so no worries right? How's the weather now in HK? kind of worry after series of typhoons. What does hong kong ppl do during late nights besides clubs/pub/desserts? Any famous places which we can do some shopping during late night. Around 11-12am onwards
  5. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    OMG, its not very far to the MTR station right? Probably 5mins walk? Ok. yea i got so confused. So its China Hong Kong Ferry Terminal in TST. Sorry for the spoonfeeding again, how about the nearest ferry terminal in Macau from Macau airport? Is Standard Chartered Bank common in HK?
  6. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    its been awhile I have booked Madera Hotel, Jordan. Hopefully its a good location. 1.Can i ask if lets say i arrive Macau and take ferry to HK. Where should i take and which ferry terminal should i take to? Kowloon Star Terminal? I would prefer the nearest terminal to my hotel. Prolly will take a cab to hotel.
  7. Hong Kong Factory Outlet

    u went there b4? its outlet or normal retail?
  8. Shopping for clothing

    what kind fo shopping sales that i can anticipate for Sept? lol
  9. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    ic ic.. Due to my bz schedule, i forgotten to book Casa hotel YMT, and the rate went rm300++ per nite. So i was thinking its no longer worth paying that rate as i can get 4 star with larger toilet. Hmmm. YMT is really good location to stay with some nice eatries and night markets within distance.
  10. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    Hi there, it's been a while since last update my trip. Now I thinking of change my accommodation to another location which is tin hau area compared previous YMT. What u think of tin hau? Suitable for tourist?
  11. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    1. How long do i need if travel from stanley back to Kowloon? 1hr ? Yes, at least 1hr and could be longer if you take the bus no. 973 from Stanley to Tsim Sha Tsui. As i will be at Sing Heung Yuen, can u guide me the best and fastest way to Stanley? You can walk to Exchange Square, and take Bus no. 6 or 6X from the bus terminus the How about return? the same bus as well? 2. As u see Day 1, right after SOL i need rush to The Peak Via Tram. So can u guide me the best and fastest way there. I will get the tram ticket from ding ding travel so can avoid the ticket queue. Again, we don't call Symphony of Lights as SOL... LOL... You can take Star Ferry from TST ferry pier (which is near Avenue of Stars) to Central ferry pier, then take bus no. 15C from the bus terminus just out of the ferry pier to the Peak Tram Terminus and take peak tram to The Peak. This is the fastest way without need of walking and searching. How about return? Heading back to YMT. 3. Do you happen to know what time does Langham place/mall in Mongkok closes? we wanna go there for Honeymoon dessert but i scared the mall closes. Otherwise which branch operate till late? 4. Have not tried Soya Sticky rice.. any to recommend within mongkok or YMT?
  12. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    Here's what i planned, Finally~ Day 1 Tuesday 10:30am:Reach Macau, take Ferry to China Hong Kong Ferrry Terminal 12:00pm:Check in Hotel (Most likely Casa Hotel, YMT) 1:00pm: Mido Cafe for lunch 2:00pm: Walk from Yau Ma Tei down to Mongkok + sightseeing 3:00pm: Walk down from Mongkok Go Ding ding collect our disney tickets then walk down to TST + sightseeing 4:00pm: Stop at Jordan for Tea time in Australian Dairy Co. 5:00pm: 1881 Heritage and surrounding 7:00pm: Avenue of Stars and symphony of light 8:30pm: Tram Up to the Peak 9:00pm: Madame Tussaude Understood, But we just get a quick glance maybe some pictures, so its ok 10:00pm: The Peak (we will just have a cool breeze then relaxs awhile until 11pm. 11:00pm: Dinner around YMT. (Will search around and see if not just eat what we see) 12:00pm: Go back hotel. Day 2. Wednesday 9:00am: Lin Heung Tea house for dimsum 10:00am: What else to do in Central? IFC Mall? Mid level Escalator? Also the Man Mo Temple, Ladder Street, Statue Square, HK Legislative Council, HSBC Building and some small street around Sing Heung Yuen..etc. Noted, i will do more research on suggested place. 2:00pm: Sing Heung Yuen for an early tea/late lunch 2:30pm: Head to Stanley Market 8:00pm: Dinner in 4 seasons claypot rice (behind of Casa hotel) Ready for long queue... so I guess you cannot arrive Ladies Street at 8:30pm. I may suggest you to go to Stanley earlier and finish earlier so can spare more time for the evening. (i will start leaving around 7:30pm from Stanley back to YMT, just get the evening sunset stroll and after dark scenery, as some ppl suggest 2hrs or more will be enough to cover the market, murray house and walk along the beach. So i have allocated 4hrs (excluding 2hrs for travelling) hence should be sufficient) 8:30pm: Ladies Street / sneaker street 10:30pm: Temple Street 11:30pm: Lucky or Hui Lau San (YMT) finalize when i have time to do some research and see which one we like Day 3. Thursday 9:00am:Kam Wah Cafe 10:00am: Anything to fill in between Kowloon or Central? I don't recommend you to slot in anything here. It's better to go Disneyland in the morning at around 10am or latest 11am 'coz I heard it's packed with tourists even on weekdays. But if you insist then it's still alright, just my 2 cents. (Hmm, actually I was thinking to slot "Forever 21" in Causeway Bay for my gf.. i heard its big and newly open but u say retail normally opens only around 11am) 12:00am: Mak's Noodle 1pm: Disneyland 8pm: Leave after Fireworks 9pm: Yung Kee Roast Goose 10pm: Lan Kwai Fong 11:30pm: Auntie Sweet Dessert (operate till late? dont mind travel late) Yes they open till 2am. Since Taxi do not charge 2x after midnite, maybe we can flag a taxi back to YMT or which late nightbus to take stop YMT or anyway in Kowloon then take a taxi back to my hotel in YMT? 1am: Head back to Hotel Day 4.Friday 10:00am:Joy Hing BBQ Meat for early lunch Hm... If you were to travel from Yau Ma Tei to Wan Chai just for the sake of trying Joy Hing, I would say it's not that worth the time & effort. If you have tried Yung Kee the other night, you will not think Joy Hing's BBQ Meat is great, trust me. It's better to stay around your hotel, maybe Ocean Empire Congee in Yau Ma Tei (Address: G/F, 497A Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei). Both of us not really like congee, especially me but perhaps i can grab some "yau cha kwai" takeaway.. i am a huge huge huge Char Siew lover! hahaha anyway will take note and see whether is there anything else to replace. 11:00am: Slot for last minute usage eg: shopping/sourvenir Advise you to shop for souvenir whenever you saw during your journey 'coz shops in HK opens late, at least 11am for normal shops and those stalls in Ladies Street could be later...Maybe i will slot H&M or some factory outlets that Citygate doesnt have like G2000, wanna get some working shirts if we got no sourvenir or anything to buy. Perhaps Sasa outlet nearby YMT/Mongkok area. 1:00pm: Check out from hotel 1:30pm: Head to Tung chung Citygate 5:30pm: Head to Airport 6:30pm: get a quicky dinner Suggest you to have dinner before heading to Airport... More choice and cheaper~ 7:00pm: Head home. a. do you think i can make it to stanley and be back in kowloon around 8pm? It depends what time you arrive Stanley and how much you're interested in the place. Normally I would suggest half day to spend there for walking around the Stanley Market, take a stroll along the sea shore, visit Murray House and maybe having a relaxing tea at those alfresco restaurants along the shore. FYI Will explain this below ... b. For day 1, do u think whether possible after symphony of light that i head straight to peak? Can't say impossible, just depends on how much time you want to spend at The Peak, i.e. you want to fully explore The Peak in a relaxing way, or just touch'n go is also OK for you. I've ever been there after 8:30pm and just go up to take pictures then it's alright for me. (thats our intention also, take some pictures, have a nice breather and relax after a long crazy day, furthermore i insisted day 1 is because we going in the month of Sept which i heard its most rain season, hence if day 1 rains then day 2 still can consider by scrapping Stanley plan but if i put it day 2 then it rains/heavy fog then i can never go The Peak anymore) c. i read b4 u talking about walking from YMT to TST. its possible right? Yes, you have good memory, haha~ Roughly how many KM? perhaps if we got tired of walking then will just take MTR to East TST station to AOS. Additional questions, 1. Havent check the official web for Madame, so possible to visit around 9pm? I know it super rush but if able to do then i can have more night time to spare for stanley market. As commented above. But didn't you plan Stanley Market for another day??? FYI Stanley Market is not a night market, it closes at 5:30pm. Noted, as explained above the reason i scheduled it on day 2. Besides that, thats why we wil go around 2.00pm and reach around lets say 3:30pm then walk until the market close 5;30pm then murray house 6:30, stroll the evening sunset along beach until 7:30pm and leave. Hopefully can get back to YMT 8:30pm. 2. How long do i need if travel from stanley back to Kowloon? 1hr ? Yes, at least 1hr and could be longer if you take the bus no. 973 from Stanley to Tsim Sha Tsui. As i will be at Sing Heung Yuen, can u guide me the best and fastest way to Stanley? 3. As u see Day 1, right after SOL i need rush to The Peak Via Tram. So can u guide me the best and fastest way there. I will get the tram ticket from ding ding travel so can avoid the ticket queue.
  13. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    Here's what i planned, Day 1 Tuesday 10:30am:Reach Macau, take ferry to TST star ferry 12:00pm:Check in Hotel (Most likely Casa Hotel, YMT) 1:00pm: Mido Cafe for lunch 2:00pm: Walk from Yau Ma Tei down to Mongkok + sightseeing 3:00pm: Walk down from Mongkok Go Ding ding collect our disney tickets then walk down to TST + sightseeing 4:00pm: Stop at Jordan for Tea time in Australian Dairy Co. 5:00pm: 1881 Heritage and surrounding 7:00pm: Avenue of Stars and symphony of light 8:30pm: Take Bus up to Peak (will tram be faster?) 9:00pm: Madame Tussaude 10:00pm: The Peak 10:30pm: Any place for late dinner? After the peak or on the way back to hotel in Kowloon. 12:00pm: Go back hotel. Day 2. Wednesday 9:00am: Lin Heung Tea house for dimsum 10:00am: What else to do in Central? IFC Mall? Mid level Escalator? 2:00pm: Sing Heung Yuen for an early tea/late lunch 2:30pm: Head to Stanley Market 8:00pm: Dinner in 4 seasons claypot rice (behind of Casa hotel) 8:30pm: Ladies Street / sneaker street 10:30pm: Temple Street (why this last? coz it operates till late) 11:30pm: Honeymoon dessert (please recommend nearby Yau Ma tei) Day 3. Thursday 9:00am:Kam Wah Cafe 10:00am: Anything to fill in between Kowloon or Central? 12:00am: Mak's Noodle 1pm: Disneyland 8pm: Leave after Fireworks 9pm: Yung Kee Roast Goose (Possible to eat this late?) 10pm: Lan Kwai Fong 11:30pm: Auntie Sweet Dessert (operate till late? dont mind travel late) 1am: Head back to Hotel Day 4.Friday 10:00am:Joy Hing BBQ Meat for early lunch 11:00am: Slot for last minute usage eg: shopping/sourvenir 1:00pm: Check out from hotel 1:30pm: Head to Tung chung Citygate 5:30pm: Head to Airport 6:30pm: get a quicky dinner 7:00pm: Head home. a. do you think i can make it to stanley and be back in kowloon around 8pm? b. For day 1, do u think whether possible after symphony of light that i head straight to peak? c. i read b4 u talking about walking from YMT to TST. its possible right? Additional questions, 1. Those places like Kam Wah normally operate during noon or from morning ? i wanna try the polo bun/egg tarts but i scared morning dont have. 2. Havent check the official web for Madame, so possible to visit around 9pm? I know it super rush but if able to do then i can have more night time to spare for stanley market. 3. Do Taxi charge 2x after midnight just like ours? 4. How long do i need if travel from stanley back to Kowloon? 1hr ? 5. If possible, can help recommend me something for those that i not sure what to do..
  14. 4D/3N Macau & HK Trip

    Hi again and Gong Hei Fatt Choy! I need to finalise my accommodations, So i think my final shortlist, 1. Metropark Mongkok = Cause its near to Prince Edward MRT RM300 per nite 2. Casa Hotel = Near to Yau Ma Tei MRT, RM220 per nite 3. Hotel MK = Coz need to MRT as well. I not too sure which to choose. I think i spend most time around those 3 areas. What do you think?
  15. Prepaid data sim card

    ohh found it.. i think its the best d.. Btw Smartone in cantonese is ? lol
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